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Rudd: China must conform or be attacked

By Anthony Coralluzzo  
Mon, 06/12/2010 - 11:59am
Mon, 06/12/2010 - 11:59am

Kevin Rudd has suggested that force be used to integrate a reluctant China, into the international system, meaning the globalist power structure centred on the United Nations and the IMF.

Liberty Australia's Anthony Coralluzzo denounced the PM's comments, "China has rightly been reluctant to submit to this power structure, choosing instead to take its own path in the world".

"Of course, China is not a libertarian wonderland, it is a totalitarian state, however their reluctance to submit to the religion of the UN and the western elite, environmentalism, means they are very useful as a wrecker of that international agenda, as they were in Copenhagen in 2009".

Mr. Coralluzzo says "The irresponsibility of these comments in hurting Australia's relationship with a crucial trading partner is astounding, and they add to his list of insults to China, including his infoumous "rat-f*ckers" comment."

"Is Kevin Rudd trying to wreck Australia's economic relationship with China?"

"This may be Mr Rudd's most ridiculous proposal since he advocated free pink batts in Australian homes."